[Weekly funding roundup Jan 2-6] Enterprise investments get a robust begin in 2023

[Weekly funding roundup Jan 2-6] Enterprise investments get a robust begin in 2023

The primary week of the yr started on a agency footing for Indian startups, with the ecosystem elevating 1 / 4 of a billion {dollars} in enterprise capital.

Indian startups raised $252 million within the first week of January with the large increase coming from fintech startup KreditBee which garnered $100 million. Compared, the earlier week noticed whole funding of $124 million.


The expectations are modest for the yr from a enterprise funding perspective because the traders are nonetheless within the wait-and-watch mode. The startups that elevate funding within the current atmosphere are those which are well-managed and have a transparent progress path forward.

Key transactions

Fintech startup KreditBee raised $100 million from Introduction Worldwide and this funding is a part of its $200 million Collection D spherical.

SarvaGram, a fintech startup, raised $35 million from Elevar Fairness, Elevation Capital, Temasek, and TVS Capital Funds.


Tech startup SirionLabs raised an extra $25 million in Collection D funding from Brookfield Development, taking the full raised to $110 million.

Rural commerce startup VilCart raised $13 million in a Collection A funding spherical led by Asia Affect, with participation from Nabventures Fund and Texterity Personal Restricted.

Mumbai-headquartered fintech agency Jupiter raised $12.12 million (Rs 100 crore) in a enterprise debt funding spherical from Alteria Capital.

Bengaluru-based non-banking monetary firm (NBFC) Varthana raised $7 million (roughly Rs 56 crore) from MicroVest.


ElectricPe, an EV charging aggregation platform raised $5 million from Inexperienced Frontier Capital, Blume Ventures, and Micelio Fund.

Delhi-based OTT platform STAGE has raised Rs 40 crore ($4.8 million) from Blume Ventures, NB Ventures, Dholakia Ventures, TSM Ventures, WeFounderCircle.

Bengaluru-based gamified financial savings platform Fello raised $4 million from Courtside Ventures, Entrepreneur First, Y Combinator, Kube Enterprise, and Upsparks.